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Definition Of Terms

Copyright and Plagerism

Access Copyright Access to information laws govern how this information can be accessed, and by whom. They set the guidelines for determining when the release of information is appropriate, when it is not, how information is collected, how it is retained, and when informa
Copyright Copyright is the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish and sell a work. In other words, the Copyright Act provides copyright protection to what is referred to as authors/creators.
Intellectual Property property that results from original creative thought, as patents, copyright material, and trademarks.
Royalty Compensation for the use of property, usually copyrighted works, patented inventions, or natural resources, expressed as a percentage of receipts from using the property or as a payment for each unit produced.
Trade-Marks any name, symbol, figure, letter, word, or mark adopted and used by a manufacturer or merchant in order to designate his or her goods and to distinguish them from those manufactured or sold by others.
Public Domain the status of a literary work or an invention whose copyright or patent has expired or that never had such protection.
Moral Rights Moral rights (copyright law) are a subset of the rights of creators of copyrighted works, including the right of attribution, the right to have a work published anonymously or pseudonymously, and the right to the integrity of the work.
Performing Rights Performing rights are the right to perform music in public. It is part of copyright law and demands payment to the music’s composer/lyricist and publisher (with the royalties generally split 50/50 between the two).
Plagerism Plagiarism, like cheating, is an act that directly challenges the concept of intellectual honesty. It occurs when a person hands in someone else's work as their own.
Fair Dealing Fair dealing is a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work, which is found in many of the common law jurisdictions of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Patent A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted by a state (national government) to an inventor or their assignee for a limited period of time in exchange for a public disclosure of an invention.
Blanket License In the music industry, a blanket license is used to give permission to use music in a situation where issuing individual music licenses would be cumbersome.A common blanket license is in the music industry, for the music they represent.
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